Anne Christie - Numerology, Orion Plain and Simple - Orion Publishing Group

Numerology, Orion Plain and Simple

By Anne Christie

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A practical guide on how to use numbers to explain your life.

A practical guide on how to use numbers to explain your life.

Using numerology to learn more about yourself and your future doesn't require any psychic ability, mathematical skills, or even any special equipment. The information is based on a series of numbers and by following systems that date back to the Greek mathematician and astrologer Pythagoras and the Hebrew Kabbalah, you'll learn the basics of how to use numbers to explain your life.

Topics include:

· Name number
· Personality number
· Heart number
· Destiny number
· Relationships
· Short-term forecasts

Once you master these simple principles, you'll be able to plan your days, predict your future, and even find the most suitable mate. This is an accessible and user-friendly guide for people interested in divination systems and personality types.

"Three is the number of those who do holy work; Two is the number of those who do lover's work; One is the number of those who do perfect evil, or perfect good." Clive Barker, Abarat

Biographical Notes

Anne Christie was a British psychic and writer.

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  • ISBN: 9781409169734
  • Publication date: 26 Jan 2017
  • Page count: 160
  • Imprint: Orion
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